Yellowstone’s beloved wild wolf ‘Spitfire’ is killed by a trophy hunter after wandering outside the national park https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6454433/Beloved-wild-wolf-nicknamed-Spitfire-killed-trophy-hunter.html A beloved wild wolf known as ‘Spitfire’ was killed by a trophy … Continue reading Queen of Lamar Valley
Spitfire was chowing down on a bison that had tumbled over and died of natural causes. Big Gray, with a full belly, was not far away. He is the new … Continue reading Me & My Gal
There is a widespread notion that wildlife photographers must go traipsing through the brush and put themselves at risk to capture images of dangerous animals. Admittedly I am only an … Continue reading Secrets & Strategies
Some have taken to calling this feisty Black Lamar Canyon Female, “Spitfire.” And therein lies the rub – who gets to name a wolf? Researchers reserve the right to name … Continue reading Spitfire
Middle Grey and her sister (the so-called “Black Lamar Female”) raided a coyote den yesterday. The distraught coyote parents yipped and barked and howled from a short distance away but … Continue reading Sisters Kill Three, Eat One!
It is difficult to convey the thrill of seeing a wolf in the wild. Especially when they engage you directly, one on one. It is said, rightfully so, that a … Continue reading ‘Middle Grey’ Makes My Day!
The Mexican gray wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf, and is the most endangered type of wolf in the world. Commonly referred to as “El lobo,” its coat … Continue reading El lobo
In the past two months an estimated 8-10 Yellowstone wolves have been legally murdered for no reason other than straying across the invisible borders of the Park into Wyoming and … Continue reading Alpha Female 832F of Lamar Canyon Pack Shot & Killed
🙂 😦 🙂 Rival gangs & neighborhood disputes, murder & revenge, attempted genocide – no, this is not a portrait of the inner city, of kids gone astray, or man … Continue reading The Death of 822F
I am disappointed that I have not gotten any close ups of Grizzlies this summer like I was so fortunate to last year in the Tetons. But black bears – … Continue reading …a few good bears, one exquisite wolf
Dull gray skies, light drizzle – anywhere else this kind of weather would be ‘gloomy.’ But Yellowstone is not just anywhere. The skies can change instantly and seem to transcend … Continue reading Seven Days in Yellowstone, 2012
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